|The design of engineering systems - Gosling, William|
Keywords: Systems engineering
|Modification of the Naval Postgraduate School Lidar System - Mallo, Gary.|
Thesis advisor(s): Alfred W. Cooper
Keywords: Systems Engineering
|Introduction to linear systems analysis - Brown, Robert Grover|
Keywords: Systems engineering; Mathematical models
|A need to calibrate indicator for high frequency direction finding systems - Partsalidis, Ioannis.|
Thesis advisor(s): David C. Jenn, Jeffrey B. Knorr
Keywords: Systems Engineering [Electronic Warfare]
|Comparative study of the maximum principle and the multi-level system theory and their application - Chen, Yongchuan.|
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: Systems engineering; Water--Purification
|A method for computing series system reliability with unequal component sample sizes - Borsting, Jack Raymond, 1929- ; Woods, W. Max|
Keywords: Systems engineering; Reliability (Engineering)
|Generalized inverse dual for quadratically constrained quadratic programs. - Randolph, William David, 1941-|
Keywords: Convex programming; Systems engineering
|Error bounds for the Lanchester equations with variable coefficients - Taylor, James G.;Comstock, Craig.|
Final report for period October - December 1976--Cover.
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SYSTEM ANALYSIS
|The formulation of expectations in dynamic systems - Low, Gilbert W. (Gilbert William)|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Dynamic programming; Systems engineering
|An initial model of requirements traceability : an empirical study - Ramesh, B.;Abbott, Ann Grayson.;Busch, Mona Rose.;Edwards, Michael V.|
Keywords: REAL TIME; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Electronic combat hardware-in-the-loop testing in an open air environment - Stepp, Ronald K.|
Thesis advisor(s): David C. Jenn, Frederic H. Levien
Keywords: Electronic Warfare Systems Engineering
|A method for computing lower confidence limits on system reliability using component failure data with unequal sample sizes - Woods, W. Max.;Borsting, Jack Raymond, 1929-|
Keywords: RELIABILITY (ENGINEERING); SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Space Experiments Aboard Rockets : SPEAR III - Morris, James H.|
Thesis advisor(s): Richard Christopher Olsen
Keywords: Applied Physics; Space Systems Engineering
|Dynamic sharing of the system resources in multilevel secure system. - Reyes, Miguel Angel.|
Available from National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va
Keywords: CompuTER PROGRAMMING; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SECURITY
|Wiki - Systems Engineering|
Systems Engineering dumped with WikiTeam tools.
Keywords: wiki; wikiteam; MediaWiki; Systems Engineering; wikissereadingacuk; unknowncopyright
|On the feasibility of creating a comparable database for nonrecurring cost analysis under dual source competition - Boger, Dan C.;Liao, Shu S.|
Keywords: COST MODELS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; DATA BASES
|Remote Diagnosis of the International Space Station Utilizing Telemetry Data - Deb, Somnath|
Modern systems such as fly-by-wire aircraft, nuclear power plants, manufacturing facilities, battlefields, etc., are all examples of highly connected network enabled systems. Many of these systems are also mission critical and need to be monitored round the clock. Such systems typically consist of embedded sensors in networked subsystems that can transmit data to central (or remote) monitoring stations...
Keywords: CERTIFICATION; FUEL PUMPS; TURBINE PUMPS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Asymptotic representation of Stirling numbers of the second kind - Bleick, Willard Evan, 1970-;Wang, Peter C.C., 1937-|
Title from cover
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; RELIABILITY (ENGINEERING)--MATHEMATICAL MODELS
|Multi-Parent Clustering Algorithms from Stochastic Grammar Data Models - Mjoisness, Eric|
We introduce a statistical data model and an associated optimization-based clustering algorithm which allows data vectors to belong to zero, one or several ''parent'' clusters. For each data vector the algorithm makes a discrete decision among these alternatives. Thus, a recursive version of this algorithm would place data clusters in a Directed Acyclic Graph rather than a tree. We test the algorithm with synthetic data generated according to the statistical data model...
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; FEASIBILITY; PROCEDURES; EXHAUSTING; ALGORITHMS; MODELS
|Bidirectional reflectance measurement of zinc oxide in 0.25 to 2.5 microns spectrum - Scott, R. L., Jr|
An experimental apparatus was designed and used to measure the bidirectional reflectance of zinc oxide in the spectrum 0.25 to 2.5 microns. The nonspecular reflectance is essentially Lambert for wavelengths above 0.40 microns with the most deviation occuring for large source zenith angles. Below 0.400 microns the nonspecular reflectance is greater than Lambert in all directions and is greatest in the forward and backscatter directions...
Keywords: CONFERENCES; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; CONTROL BOARDS; TAPE RECORDERS
|Cp3s system engineering: a primer - Purnell, John S.|
Thesis advisor(s): Lacer, Donald A. ; Second Reader: Sovereign, Michael
Keywords: Systems engineering; Airborne warning and control systems
|N job : one machine scheduling to minimize the number of late jobs when set-up times are sequence dependent - Balut, Stephen John.Howard, Gilbert Thoreau, 1941-|
Title from cover
Keywords: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING.SYSTEMS ENGINEERING.AUTOMATION.CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
|Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Great Britain)|
Book digitized by Google from the library of New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Mechanical engineering; Automatic control; Systems engineering
Downloads: 1,000 (1 review)
|A Mesh Refinement Study on the Impact Response of a Shuttle Leading-Edge Panel Finite Element Simulation - Fasanella, Edwin L.|
A study was performed to examine the influence of varying mesh density on an LS-DYNA simulation of a rectangular-shaped foam projectile impacting the space shuttle leading edge Panel 6. The shuttle leading-edge panels are fabricated of reinforced carbon-carbon (RCC) material. During the study, nine cases were executed with all possible combinations of coarse, baseline, and fine meshes of the foam and panel...
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SAFETY FACTORS; ACCIDENTS; MATHEMATICAL MODELS
|Ballistic missile and space vehicle systems - Seifert, Howard S.|
Keywords: Space vehicles--Design and construction; Ballistic missiles--Design and construction; Systems engineering; Astronautics--Systems engineering
|Supernova remnants and the carbon abundance in M33 - Blair, W. P.|
The IUE and optical spectral data on a supernova remnant in M33 was combined in order to determine the abundance of carbon in the interstellar gas of M33. New shock model calculations were used to guide the interpretation and a substantially lower value of the ratio c/o than was assumed previously for M33 may be necessary to explain the data. However, some inconsistencies in the observed and predicted line intensities indicate that the spectra may be partly contaminated by H II region emission o...
Keywords: COMPLEX SYSTEMS; OPTIMIZATION; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SENSITIVITY; SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
|Unsteady Aerodynamic Effects on the Flight Characteristics of an F-16XL Configuration - Wang, Zhongjun|
Unsteady aerodynamic models based on windtunnel forced oscillation test data and analyzed with a fuzzy logic algorithm arc incorporated into an F-16XL flight simulation code. The reduced frequency needed in the unsteady models is numerically calculated by using a limited prior time history of state variables in a least-square sense. Numerical examples arc presented to show the accuracy of the calculated reduced frequency...
Keywords: COLLISION AVOIDANCE; PREVENTION; HAZARDS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; RUNWAYS; PRIORITIES; MESSAGES; FAILURE
|PROCESS AND DEVICE FOR ADAPTATION OF SHARP LEADING EDGE AIRFOILS TO ANY SPEED, SUBSONIC OR SUPERSONIC - NON|
THE INVENTION OF A METHOD FOR CHANGING THE CONFIGURATION OF SHARP LEADING EDGE AIRFOILS DURING FLIGHT TO MAXIMIZE THEIR EFFICIENCY IN ANY SPEED RANGE IS DESCRIBED. THE PRIMARY MECHANISM USED IS A DEFLECTING OR SLOTTED FLAP WITH SHARP LEADING EDGE WHICH CAN BE USED IN AIRCRAFT WINGS, STABILIZERS, OR AIR INTAKES. DEFLECTION OF THE FLAP BRINGS THE AIRFLOW INTO A POSITION TANGENTIAL TO THE EDGE AND THE SHOCK WAVE STRIKES THE EDGE ITSELF OR THE AREA OF ITS IMMEDIATE VICINITY...
Keywords: ELECTRIFICATION; RURAL AREAS; WINDPOWER UTILIZATION; ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLIES; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|An Analysis of Delay and Travel Times at Sao Paulo International Airport (AISP/GRU): Planning Based on Simulation Model - Santana, Erico Soriano Martins|
The occurrence of flight delays in Brazil, mostly verified at the ground (airfield), is responsible for serious disruptions at the airport level but also for the unchaining of problems in all the airport system, affecting also the airspace. The present study develops an analysis of delay and travel times at Sao Paulo International Airport/ Guarulhos (AISP/GRU) airfield based on simulation model. Different airport physical and operational scenarios had been analyzed by means of simulation...
Keywords: SYSTEMS SIMULATION; SOFTWARE ENGINEERING; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; FORMALISM; ARCHITECTURE (COMPUTERS)
|Preliminary Saturn launch vehicle interface requirements specification - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: APOLLO PROJECT; PROJECT MANAGEMENT; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; TEST FACILITIES; TEST RANGES
|SYSTEM OF INDICATIONS OF METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH EFFICIENCY - PINUS, N. Z.|
A NUMBER OF FACTORS, INCLUDING INDICES OF THE VALUE (SCIENTIFIC, APPLIED, METHODOLOGICAL), LEVEL OF INTRODUCTION (PUBLICATION, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT, CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING), AND LEVEL OF IMPORTANCE ARE CONSIDERED TO BE MAJOR FACTORS IN EVALUATING EFFICIENCY OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. AN ANALYTICAL PARAMETRIC SYSTEM FOR QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF EFFICIENCY OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IS PRESENTED. A SERIES OF CRITERIA FOR ASSIGNING A NUMERICAL RATING TO EACH PARAMETER AND A SET OF WEIGHTING FACTORS...
Keywords: CHANNELS (DATA TRANSMISSION); OPTICAL COMMUNICATION; SIMULATORS; MODULATION; SCINTILLATION; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Quarterly Summary Report, 1 January - 31 March 1961 - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: MONOPROPELLANTS; SPACECRAFT; SYSTEMS ANALYSIS; PROPULSION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Management study of NASA acquisition process - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: DOCUMENTATION; HISTORIES; SKYLAB PROGRAM; INFORMATION DISSEMINATION; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
|The resistance to air flow of porous materials suitable for boundary-layer-control applications using area suction - Dannenberg, R. E.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: MISSION PLANNING; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; COMPUTER TECHNIQUES; IBM 360 COMPUTER
|Multi-phase-mission reliability of maintained systems. - Bell, Merlin Gene|
Thesis (Ph.D)--Naval Postgraduate School, 1975
Keywords: Systems engineering; Reliability (Engineering); Mathematical models; System analysis
|Empirical methods for estimating workload capacity - Bailey, Michael P.|
Keywords: WORKLOAD; JOB SHOP SCHEDULING; SYSTEMS ANALYSIS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Final Report, 19 September 1988 - 18 September 1989 - Paciesas, William S|
Support was extended to the Burst and Transient Source Experiment (BATSE) which detects sources by looking for time variability, either intrinsic to a source (such as gamma ray bursts or pulsars) or induced by earth occultation. The support was in the form of testing, calibration, and data analysis software developments. The BATSE Spectral Analysis Software (BSAS) was successfully developed. An effort was led to develop matrices suitable for use with the BSAS spectral deconvolution algorithms.
Keywords: COST ANALYSIS; REDUNDANCY; RELIABILITY ANALYSIS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; COST REDUCTION; OPTIMIZATION
|Orbit determination error analysis and comparison of station-keeping costs for Lissajous and halo-type libration point orbits and sensitivity analysis using experimental design techniques - Gordon, Steven C|
Spacecraft in orbit near libration point L1 in the Sun-Earth system are excellent platforms for research concerning solar effects on the terrestrial environment. One spacecraft mission launched in 1978 used an L1 orbit for nearly 4 years, and future L1 orbital missions are also being planned. Orbit determination and station-keeping are, however, required for these orbits. In particular, orbit determination error analysis may be used to compute the state uncertainty after a predetermined tracking...
Keywords: SPACECRAFT; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS; MANNED SPACE FLIGHT; OPTIMIZATION
|Field tests using dead reckoning and monoptic video for remote lunar surface navigation - Broussard, P. H., Jr.|
Field tests of simulated remote navigation control system for lunar surface vehicle
Keywords: BALLOONS; INFLATABLE STRUCTURES; SATELLITE DESIGN; SATELLITE CONFIGURATIONS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Analysis of a supersonic air-turborocket engine using hydrogen and liquid air - Weber, R. J.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: INTERPLANETARY FLIGHT; SPACE PROGRAMS; MARINER SPACE PROBES; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Meteoric infall and lunar surface roughness - Orrok, G. T|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: MISSION PLANNING; OPERATIONS RESEARCH; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; LOGISTICS; MAINTENANCE; SPACE PROGRAMS
|Status of the International Space Station Regenerative ECLSS Water Recovery and Oxygen Generation Systems - Bagdigian, Robert M.|
NASA is developing three racks containing regenerative water recovery and oxygen generation systems (WRS and OGS) for deployment on the International Space Station (ISS). The major assemblies included in these racks are the Water Processor Assembly (WPA), Urine Processor Assembly (UPA), Oxygen Generation Assembly (OGA), and the Power Supply Module (PSM) supporting the OGA. The WPA and OGA are provided by Hamilton Sundstrand Space Systems International (HSSSI), Inc., while the UPA and PSM are dev...
Keywords: MANAGEMENT PLANNING; PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT; SCHEDULES; SIMULATION; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; STRATEGY
|Space shuttle: Verification of booster transition characteristics for transonic and supersonic Mach numbers (M equals 0.6 - 5.0) - Carter, W. V.|
The results of the booster verification wind tunnel test are presented. These tests were conducted in a 14 x 14-inch trisonic wind tunnel utilizing a .0035 scale model. The nominal Mach numbers tested were 0.6, 0.9, 0.95, 1.0, 1.05, 1.20, 1.50, 2.0, 2.74, 3.00, 4.50 and 5.0. The angle of attack range was 5 to 40 deg. The yaw data was obtained over a range of -10 to 10 deg at fixed angles of attack of 0, 6, 15, 25, and 30 deg...
Keywords: LASERS; SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; EMISSION SPECTRA; METALLURGY; RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
|Marriage/family issues and wife styles across naval officer career stages : their implications for career success - Derr, C. Brooklyn (Clyde Brooklyn)|
Title from cover
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING--MATHEMATICAL MODELS; RELIABILITY (ENGINEERING)--STATISTICAL METHODS; SYSTEM ANALYSIS
|CALCULATION OF POTENTIAL FLOW ABOUT AXIALLY SYMMETRIC FUSELAGES, ANNULAR PROFILES AND ENGINE INLETS - GEISSLER, W|
THE CALCULATION OF THE POTENTIAL FLOW ABOUT BODIES OF REVOLUTION (CLOSED BODIES, INLETS, COWLS) IS DONE BY A METHOD USING SURFACE DISTRIBUTIONS OF SOURCES, SINKS, AND VORTICES. THIS METHOD DEALS WITH THE CASE OF AN ARBITRARY FLOW ABOUT THE BODY. BESIDES AXISYMMETRIC FLOWS AND FLOWS AT INCIDENCE TO THE BODY AXIS, IT IS POSSIBLE TO TAKE CARE OF THE FLOW FIELD INDUCED BY ANOTHER BOD (INTERFERENCE PROBLEM)...
Keywords: LIGHTNING; PROTECTION; SPACE SHUTTLES; ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY; ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|A Technique for Showing Causal Arguments in Accident Reports - Holloway, C. M.|
In the prototypical accident report, specific findings, particularly those related to causes and contributing factors, are usually written out explicitly and clearly. Also, the evidence upon which these findings are based is typically explained in detail. Often lacking, however, is any explicit discussion, description, or depiction of the arguments that connect the findings and the evidence. That is, the reports do not make clear why the investigators believe that the specific evidence they foun...
Keywords: AUTONOMY; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SPACE EXPLORATION; PROVING; NASA SPACE PROGRAMS
|An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical naval weapons system. - Pilnick, Steven E.|
Keywords: Reliability (Engineering); Statistical methods; Systems engineering; Mathematical models; System analysis
|On general problems with higher derivative bounded state varibles - Russak, Ira Bert.|
Final report for periods Apr - Jun 75 and Jan - Mar 76.
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; RELIABILITY (ENGINEERING)--MATHEMATICAL MODELS; SYSTEM ANALYSIS
|Methods for assessing variability, with emphasis on simulation data interpretation - Gaver, Donald Paul.|
Title from cover
Keywords: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING.CONCURRENT ENGINEERING.DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS.COMPUTER PROGRAMS.AUTOMATION
|High-Temperature Solar Cell Development - Landis, Geoffrey A.|
The vast majority of satellites and near-earth probes developed to date have relied upon photovoltaic power generation. If future missions to probe environments close to the sun will be able to use photovoltaic power, solar cells that can function at high temperatures, under high light intensity, and high radiation conditions must be developed. For example, the equilibrium temperature of a Mercury surface station will be about 450 C, and the temperature of solar arrays on the proposed ''Solar Pr...
Keywords: RADIATION BELTS; TRAPPED PARTICLES; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SPACECRAFT MODELS; STANDARDS